9:30 am Sundays
3 - 9:30 am St. Andrew's Celebration
10 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship
17 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship
24 - 9:30 am Christmas Eve Worship
25 - 10 am Christmas Day Worship
31 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship
7 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship
14- 9:30 am Sunday Worship followed by Annual Meeting
21 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship
28 - 9:30 am Sunday Worship.
Visit our Sunday page for more about Sunday services St. Andrew's.
The Book of Common Prayer has nourished the souls of Anglicans and other faithful Christians for nearly 500 years! On Sundays Dec 10 & 17, Fr. Steve Evans will lead our Sunday School class teaching how the Daily Office in the BCP can deepen your relationship with God. We will be using the BCP 2011 and they will be available for whoever needs one.
Christ the King Healing Service
Sunday, November 26th at 9:30am!
At St. Andrew's we love to pray, especially we love to
pray for God to heal the sick. We believe that God still
heals. Why? It's taught in the Bible and we have seen him
do it. Sometimes He uses doctors and medicine. Sometimes
he performs immediate miracles. Sometimes we see
improvement where there has been none in the past.
Sometimes we wait for answers. We trust God and pray for
all who have needs.
We promise not to embarrass people or do anything weird, spooky or manipulative. We will simply pray trusting in God's love, mercy and power.
Thu. Nov 30 ~ 12-6pm
Fri. Dec 1 ~ 12-6pm
Sat. Dec 2 ~ 10am-3-m
Come to St. Andrew's Garage Sale End-of-the-Year-Giveaway! We have clothes, coats, shoes, boots, dishes, toys, games, appliances, home decor, Christmas decorations, books, vases, glassware and so much more -- AND IT'S ALL FOR FREE! Everything will be available inside St. Andrew's storefront, 6136 S. Salina St., Syracuse, NY 13205.
St. Andrew's Day 115th Anniversary
Sunday, December 3rd!
On Sunday, Dec. we will celebrate both the 115th anniversary of St. Andrew's Anglican Church and St. Andrew's Day (which is Nov 30th). On this special day we will worship as our founders did: in a storefront on S. Salina St. using the 1892 Book of Common Prayer singing the old hymns. Please join us for this special celebration of St. Andrew's. Bring a story or testimony of how God has used this church in your life and, like St. Andrew himself, bring a friend.
Sunday, December 3 following worship!
On Sunday, Dec. 3rd following the worship service Fr. Steve Evans will hold a family meeting to discuss important issues of parish life. We'll talk about new challenges and opportunities with the Anglican Mission, the finances of the church and some things Fr. Steve is planning for 2018.
Missional Christians Wanted!
St. Andrew's was established in 1902 as a church plant. Now over 100 years later, we are praying about planting new churches in Central NY, the Mohawk Valley, Northern NY and elsewhere in upstate NY.
Christmas Eve & Day Services
Dec. 24 at 5pm and Dec 25 at 10am!Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday this year and we will have our normal Christmas Eve service with a Children's Pageant and children's story from Fr. Steve, in our normal Sunday morning service at 9:30 followed by a brunch.
At St. Andrew's we also worship on Christmas Day at 10 am to celebrate Jesus Christ the Newborn King!
St. Andrew's 2018 Annual Business Meeting
Sunday, Jan 14, 2018 at 11am
St. Andrew's Anglican Church 2018 Annual Business Meeting will be Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 11 am following the worship service. We will be confirming a new Senior Warden and Vestry member, reviewing God's work in our church in 2017, presenting the 2018 budget and praying for our ministry in 2018.
See St. Andrew's Marriage page for more support for marriages.
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Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”